All About Magnesium Oil

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all about magnesium oil

Oils, rubs & lotions to support your wellness

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magnesium spray


Magnesium spray is the easiest and fastest way to apply magnesium onto your skin without having to touch the area.. Simply spray it directly on your sore, fatigued, or tired muscles as needed to support quick and speedy recovery after exercise or from chronic muscular issues.

magnesium rub


Magnesium oil that is found in a rub has the same impact as the spray yet it is easier to apply to the skin especially when you are having a massage. Massages and Magnesium are both known for their relaxation and detoxing support to the body, so imagine the combined benefits.

Magnesium for sleep


Magnesium oil in a lotion is used for the same benefits as rub and spray. It really comes down to your preference on how you choose to use magnesium topically.. Transdermal magnesium just means that you are using magnesium on your skin rather than taking it internally

SIde effects of Magnesium Oil.

The Main Side Effect of Magnesium Oil is Skin Reactions.

Do you love to swim in the sea? Have you felt the benefits of seawater when you swim or just walk in the shallows of the beach?  Have you felt the feeling of the salt left on your skin to dry?  YES?, then you know what I mean when I  say it can feel itchy and uncomfortable especially when you put clothes on without washing it off. Well, that is the side effect that you can get on your skin after using magnesium Oil. It isn’t really oil it is a concentrated brine that isn’t greasy on your skin which is why it is placed in rubs or lotions to help you absorb its benefits without the side effects.

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What is Magnesium?

What does magnesium do for our health?

Magnesium is the 4th highest mineral that our body needs for it to complete its daily functions. Magnesium is needed for at least 350 different enzyme systems to operate daily within your cells.  It also supports the absorption of vitamins like vitamin C and D. Magnesium is all the things the sun, sea, and summer support our body in obtaining the optimum of wellness. 

What is it about magnesium oil that is different to magnesium tablets?

If you take magnesium already, then you know that it can give you a laxative effect if you take too much at once. I found out how to get magnesium into your body without having that laxative magnesium side effect of tablets.


How did Magnesium get its name?

Magnesium is a mineral and it was named after the ancient Greek city of Magnesia. Magnesia was famous for its fertile cropland as it was discovered that it contained large deposits of magnesium carbonate. It was thought it was responsible for the high production that was yielding year after year after year.

Magnesium enables us to Convert Energy

Most of us know that we have iron in our blood and how important iron is in our blood. If we don’t have sufficient iron, we don’t have enough oxygen and we feel exhausted and tired. Magnesium is known as the iron of the plant world.  The only chemical difference between haemoglobin and chlorophyll is the primary elements of iron and magnesium. That is amazing to think that iron and magnesium are the only things that differ in blood and chlorophyll.  Iron is the energy to blood and magnesium is the energy to chlorophyll. Magnesium enables plants to convert solar energy into plant energy so too just magnesium allows us to convert the energy that we get from plants and animals into human energy

What is magnesium?

Magnesium is a mineral. On the chemistry chart, magnesium has an atomic number 12. Magnesium in its pure form, it is a silvery-white metal, but in the body, it is not present as a metal but as magnesium ions or attached to a protein molecule. The magnesium ions are positively charged so they are sometimes referred to as a type of electrolyte. Electrolytes are electrically charged minerals that are responsible for many important functions and processes in your body. Your body needs magnesium to support the parts of the body that are electrically charged like your muscles, nerves, and heart

What is the Difference between Minerals and Vitamins

  Most people know about vitamins and how important a good source of daily vitamins is to our health and wellness. Fewer people know about the importance of minerals to the functioning of the body’s enzyme systems as well as assisting the absorption of vitamins. Minerals are inorganic which means they cannot be produced or synthesised in the body the same way as vitamins. Instead, they must be a change to the foods that we eat or dissolved in the water that we drink. Most of us know our body is made up of a percentage of water. Let’s break it up so you can see what percentage these valuable minerals comprise.  The body is 60 % water, 17% protein, 15% fat, 3 % nitrogen and the minerals comprise the rest. The minerals mainly concentrate in the bones but are also found in smaller quantities in our cells, tissues, and fluid.

What is magnesium oil made of?

The seawater or magnesium mineral, also known as brine, is then crystallized by natural methods to make flakes. Crystalized magnesium chloride is known as magnesium flakes. Using these flakes, we can make our own magnesium oil. Then we can use our own magnesium oil to make rubs and lotions, or you can buy them too.

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The seawater or magnesium mineral, also known as brine, is then crystallized by natural methods to make flakes. Crystalized magnesium chloride is known as magnesium flakes. Using these flakes, we can make our own magnesium oil. Then we can use our own magnesium oil to make rubs and lotions, or you can buy them too.

Where do we get magnesium from?

Our major source of magnesium is meant to be through our food. Our foods are meant to get their magnesium directly from the soil. In this natural process, our magnesium is meant to be available naturally from dark leafy vegetables such as cabbages, spinach, and broccoli as well as nuts, beans, seeds, and grains.                                                 How do you get magnesium from food? Most of us know that our soils are depleted of the necessary vitamins and minerals which is resulting in our foods lacking their own vital vitamins and minerals. When we eat this food we are not able to get enough necessary nourishment from our food, which has resulted in many people taking supplements  

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What is the best way to get Magnesium today?

Transdermally, which means that it is placed on the skin and the skin allows to enter the pores and then it transfers into the blood. From the blood, it travels and is deposited into the cells. The blood only ever carries 1 % of the magnesium the body needs as the 60% is stored in the bones and teeth and the rest in and around each cell.   Only certain types of magnesium can be transferred Transdermally and it is usually magnesium sulphate (Epsom salts) and Magnesium Chloride.

Is there more than one type of magnesium?

There 20 different forms of magnesium that I am aware of, and they all work together and individually. How do you know which ones to have to support your magnesium doses? I have highlighted some below in bold and I discuss more in an article on which magnesium is suggested to take and use Transdermally.

  • Magnesium Aspartate
  • Magnesium Bicarbonate
  • Magnesium Carbonate
  • Magnesium Chloride
  • Magnesium Citrate
  • Magnesium Fluoride
  • Magnesium Gluconate
  • Magnesium Glutamate
  • Magnesium Glycinate
  • Magnesium Hydroxide
  • Magnesium Lactate
  • Magnesium L-threonate
  • Magnesium Lysinate
  • Magnesium Malate
  • Magnesium Orotate
  • Magnesium oxalate
  • Magnesium oxide
  • Magnesium Phosphate
  • Magnesium Sulphate
  • Magnesium Taurate

How much magnesium do I need a day for good health?

how much magnesium do I need

It was suggested in the Australian government Health direct that Men under 30 need 400 milligrams (mg) of magnesium per day and men over 31 need 420mg a day. Women under 30 need 310mg each day and 320mg a day after 31. Pregnant and breastfeeding women, however, need more than that, approximately 350 to 360mg a day. The recommended daily intake for children is: 1-3 years: 80mg

Is there a test to find out if I am magnesium deficient?

At the time of this article in 2022, there are currently 5 types of magnesium tests available.

  1. SERUM – Serum Ionized magnesium
  2. RBC – Red Blood Cell
  3. IONIC – NMR – Intracellular Free Magnesium
  4. EXA TEST -Sublingual Magnesium Assay
  5. TOLERANCE – Magnesium Loading Test

How do I know if I am deficient in magnesium?

There are 100 Signs of Magnesium Deficiency that I have listed. Coupled with this list and the information I have shared so far it isn’t surprising that most people have some form of magnesium deficiency.

I personally have used magnesium Transdermally and Internally for the last 20 years. I have shared with many people who like myself notice a change in their health and wellness for the better in a very short time.

There are many reasons for magnesium deficiency that I have shared already. One was the depletion in our soil. The other reason is that we have a very high stressful society and live in the fast lane. The stress can also be physical mental or emotional. We all stress differently and about different things. There is no right or wrong way to stress, it is stress so as you read through and tick the list check just think about the things that have gone on in your life.  If you tally more than 10 then it would show that magnesium would certainly be great to support your wellness both now and in your future

What do some doctors say about magnesium and your body's need?

  • Dr. Jerry Aktins calls magnesium the most important mineral of human beings and all other living organisms. 
  • Dr. Carolin Dean calls Magnesium the ” spark of life” 
  • Dr. Marcus Surcus refers to Magnesium as the essential element for normal functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular system.
  •  Dr. Lawrence M Resnick says ” without enough magnesium, cells simply don’t work”
  • Dr. Cjristine Northrup says that “living without adequate levels of magnesium is like trying to operate a machine with the power turned off.

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Magnesium Oil or Tablets.

Magnesium comes in many forms. Some magnesium, like magnesium malate, is of more benefit when taken internally while others, like magnesium chloride, are absorbed better when used transdermally.

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Side Effects of Magnesium.

Magnesium is not stored in our body so we need to take it daily to maintain sufficient amounts. The major side effect of magnesium tablets is a laxative effect where for magnesium oil it is itchy, burning skin.

transdermal magnesium

Transdermal Magnesium.

Using magnesium on our skin may appear an unusual way to absorb the mineral. It is likened to having a transfusion. Magnesium sulfate infusions have been used for years in heart attacks or eclampsia in pregnancy.